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Nigeria is planning to diversify its economy

“For decades, Nigeria’s economy has been based on oil. The government is now moving away from its black gold dependence…

Nigeria’s economy may not be so lucky

“The International Monetary Fund, IMF, said yesterday that Nigeria’s economy might not be so lucky despite the growth projections from…

Higher deficit, slower growth

As we reported in a previous post, the deficit in East Africa has increased–http://www.africanpoliticsandpolicy.com/?p=14659 Now the press reported that the…

Central Bank will save Nigeria

“The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has taken two approaches to deepen financial intervention in the real sector and boost…

Emerging Senegal Plan

Emerging Senegal Plan (ESP)–an interesting read http://allafrica.com/infocenter/PSE_2015/ You may also be interested in: Senegal: can economic growth be sustained? Some…

Malanje’s Economic potential justifies construction of an airport

“The economic, tourist, agro-industrial, cultural and human potential as well as the location of the northern Malanje province justifies the…

Tanzania grew more than the government expected

The good news is that Tanzania grew more than even the government had expected. The not so good news is…

Cashless Africa?

According to this article ‘Africa must fully digitize before it can go cashless’. This article, or rather the interviewer and…

Tanzania is set to become a middle income country

The notion that Tanzania was about to become a middle income country started circulating a few years ago. In 2015…

Robots will steal our jobs

“It could soon be cheaper to operate a factory of robots in the United States than employing manual labor in…

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